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bell in michigan is expected to pass and what they're doing to try to derate. a liz i week of economic data we're told. federal reserve chairman ben bernanke as he kicks off a two day fed meeting and also, watching to see if any more details coming at the meeting we started between the fox report and house speaker boehner and we'll learn if nell they'll tell us about the fiscal cliff. >> and christmas cards and decorating trees and all that, i'm still not happy. >> was is charlie brown depressed? may maybe-- greg gutfeld weighs on the double standard. and-- >> we're going to have to see the rates on the top 2% go up
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and we're not going to get a deal without it. >> virginia congressman on whether the president is willing to go over the fiscal cliff so he can blame the g.o.p. >> plus, olympic gold medal winning gabby douglas on the role of faith in her triumph. ladies and gentlemen, governor mike huckabee. [applaus [applause] >> thank you very much, great audience. welcome to huckabee from the fox news studios in new york city. [applause]. well for the past few weeks, i've traveled to about 48 city signing dear chandler, dear scarlet and i met several thousand who watched the show every week, it's.that americans are-- and many of you are wondering if your kids and grandkids are going to have a better life
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than you. and what i heard over and over our leaders aren't leading and the election didn't send a clear message, the song of the hugh once said, meet the new boss, same as the old boss pt sate president, same senate and same house. we may have barely moved the chairs around on the deck of the sinking "titanic," but maybe we're putting faith in human beings,no getter at serving. >> and you pay your bills and show up for work. washington s to borrow from the chinese to pay its bill and barely shows any real work. it occurred if they won't listen to us, i wonder if
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they'd listen to a stronger voice, if he'd speak with burning bush, and part it seems likes he knows how get through. since neither party seems to listen to us, what would happen if god asked them to speak to him ap listen to him. >> january 20th might have more of an effect than a million voice marsh. what if americans simply prayed, i'm not talking one side to win over the other, i'm not sure the almighties to register with either of the
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that. i'm not sure that we're short enough to know what the creator revealed. and you set aside a few minutes for the president, for congress, our governor, our players and our legislators and our children's future. >> we don't have to believe mike me or pray like me. i'm sured lord would figure out if they're sincere. >> they're calling on their friends and stat wants and congregations and families and followers, to set aside sunday, january 28th as the day to pray. nothing to buy, nothing to attend. just a police to play and simply says you'll start in your own way, on your own schedule. it's oot date a pray.cot. go to that website say you'll pray that day. a day to all you've got to remember. maybe if washington won't listen to us, he'll listen to fwod.
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let's ask him. it might change our country, it might just change us. [applause] well, it's been one of the most anticipated shows from the boy to girl back to 1964, charlie brown's search for the true meaning of christmas. one was in my home state of arc gnaw, because one person explained. and the judge in the case of the shooter, he had the nerve to tell the shooter, he had to save his beards. >> and from fox news, the book "the joy of hat", welcome greg gutfeld. [applause] >> greg, welcome.
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congratulations on the book. >> thank you very much. i awe it all to you. >> i'm sure you do. >> for eight. >> there you go, the oye book y tack about phony outrage and something comes along they get out of shape about it. and recently a person objected to some school children seeing "a charlie brown history" because we know how absolutely metro detroit cal that is. and a bald why, why did he have hero. >> should we let someone shut down these kids's christmas because of objection. >> and i don't think that's enough. you look at rudolph the red nosed reindeer, santa anagram
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for satan. it's not just an attack on regigs in my opinion, it's an attack on-- all of these things that people are going together. and they bring peel together and you have a good time. and the problem with people who believe in quality, total equality and everybody has to have the same amount of fun and everybody invited to the same party. if you're not part of the same group, then that's executionry and exkrugsyou shouldn't be par the group and charlie brown is evil, rudolph is evil. >> by the way, a lot of people have been saying that about me, for a lock time. greg. >> but it is an attack on fun. i've never heard it and i
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think that's probably quite accurately. >> i think i know atheists and a lot of them are fun moving people, but a lot of people choose certain things because they're miserable and wants everybody else to be miserable. if they keep it up to succeed. another topic the fort hood shooter, hassan, killing 14 people, 13 persons plus an unforeign child. >> and supposed to save his period, that's the way it is in the military. and he says, no, that's against my religion. >> the judge was off the case, and shouldn't we shave every part of the body and shave him with a really dull, plastic razor and then throw him into
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a vat of gerbels. we're now in a culture of cowardess, based on inhenced sensitivity. again, it's seen as mean, you're hurting somebody's feelings. and wh country is suffering f from islam phobia. and they're calling it workplace violence and this is insane. we now live in a time when we're terrified of language. and we can't call things what they are. and what happened in benghazi, you know, it was called the ton spain yus mob. what was it, didn't want it call it terror, insane. >> it is insane. any advice from our audience how do we deal with
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intolerance from the left. >> well, you know, there's a book out there. (laughter) >> and it's going to be on tour next week, oklahoma and louisiana. and fake outrage is usually done by someone, ignore them, they're not worth your time. if they don't go away, mock them and use them against them. if someone calls you a bigot, you know, you're projecting your ownism is why you're calling me a bigot. and that will make their head explode and then you can laugh and dance around them. >> the book is called "the joy of hate" and the studio audience is going to be happy, a copy of greg gut held's
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book. >> wait a minute, they have to pay for it. >> no. and gabby douglas, a business manner trying to create jobs and prime minister's trying the dream into a nightmare. i'd like to hear from you, go to my website, and the lead fooeb section and sign up for my textbook page and follow me on twitter. you can find that much more. paired with savory garlic shrimp. just $12.99. come into red lobster and sea food differently. and introducing 7 lunch choices for just $7.99. ♪ many hot dogs are within you. try pepto-bismol to-go, it's the power of pepto, but it fits in your pocket. now tell the world daniel... of pepto-bismol to-go. you can stay in and share something...
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>> my next guest is a small business owner who say that taxes and government regulations are damaging his and similar businesses. he says the president's policies to help the middle class are going to have the reverse effect. joining us is president and co-founder of american bar products, william marsh, good to have you here. >> good morning, thanks so much for having me. >> now, you manufacture steel bars, something that's used in various places, but what are the challenges that you face, trying to make a product in america? >> governor, i never miss a marketing opportunity. on my way in i can't help, but notice a lot of steel is mid in my company. steel that moves your lights and books and underneath the audience. >> i have paper out there. be careful out there audience.
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>> it's all made by companies like mine. our product is a qualities product. it's the same as sold in china and india. it's a big difference, the question is how does a company like mine compete in a global environment where china, india and europe are on our shore. >> they're having government subsidies to chinese products so they can put guys like you out of business and that's what a lot of americans don't understand. it's frustrating to me, that's correct. but there's probably a lore important point about the product and that is that our government is making it difficult for us compete. and the tax policy, president obama is telling small business people like myself, he's going to help out by raising taxes. . the only way is to invest in
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equipment and fuel costs the same, electricity costs the same. the only way i can have more is to have better equipment. the only way to invest is to be profitable and removes small profits and unable to-- wage gross decreases. >> a lot of businesses seem to do okay. ge didn't pay any taxes, so biggest organizations are finding ways to be circumvent the complexities of tax keyed. as a small business operator, do you get to do those things? >> when president obama came to hat field, pennsylvania, down the street, about a week ago,way discovered by the press and we nigheeded to have
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plan, and there was almost no press coverage at all. your point is exactly correct. small businesses have nothing except the press out fit and the story that you're telling is that small business doesn't have reputation is a story that needs to be heard by the american people because we cannot compete if our own government is one of the biggest obstacles to their oak cess. >> you even talk about this and not just financial issue, it's a moral issue. extremes. >> i've seen how other people live and with your of the best things moving overseas, you get to appreciate what america is and america is a unique place and america is a unique government. our government is the only one in the history of mab which
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was farmed with a single idea in mind. to protect the sids r citizen's write rights and pursuant of happiness and the government's purpose. the government's ends was the citizen was the citizen. it's no longer the citizen now the citizen has become a means of government. let me explain president obama has an idea of national health care, which may be a compelling idea, but his dream of health care is not my dream and yet, prime minister is using the force of government, coercive federal government not just me and you, but every single one to fund his dream. this is not the purpose of the american government. [applause] >> and what i can tell you to do, if somehow you decide that business is no longer profitable and decide to sell
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the company. would you make a promise to me on the show, i want you to run for congress and i'll help you. you make a lot more sense than a lot of folks, and i hope. >>-- i'll make that one you if you make me one, governor, the role of government is split between federal and state. with our converse failing and second nailing with no record approval. with the supreme court failing its primary duty to uphold the governor in the rightful role of citizens and constitution. >> i agree and i hope-- william marsh, great, i hope
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(applause). earlier this week, treasury secretary timothy geithner says the obama administration is more than willing to let america go right over the fiscal cliff. and he will not budge on the president's demands to raise taxes on the top income earners. >> if republicans do not agree to that is the administration prepared to go over the fiscal cliff. >> oh, absolutely, an agreement doesn't involve those rates going up on the
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top 2%, only 2%, and all of those americans get a tax cut on the first $250,000 of their income. >> well, what if the obama administration lets it happen? what happens to the average american family. joining us here, is congressman randy forbes, nice to have you on the show. >> thank you, governor. >> let me ask you something, do you feel that the president actually wants it to happen so it gives him some political advantage? >> well, governor, i just have to judge that by two things, first of all, what i'm hearing from my colleagues on the democratic leadership side and told me as late as last week, they wanted to go over the fiscal cliff because we've argued all along they'll start by simply taxing everybody above 200,000, but that will continue and this'll lower at that rate and limit and they told me they'd vote for everything that tax everybody
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above $150,000 and secondly you look at the president as actions. the president doesn't want an agreement or compromise, he wants to get his way and that's why he won't come to the table with any serious proposal and talk, because we could get a solution that everybody could live with. >> it seems that there's a messaging problem. i don't understand why there's not a conversation if the taxes go up, the democrats would extend a republican proposal could keep it low. low taxes are in place and that's a republican package. if that doesn't happen, the democrats package with higher taxes is going up. i'm he not hearing the clarity. >> the orchestrated media give you two myths and act like the president has been negotiating, he hasn't come to the table with anything. all he does is press conferences. they want the illusion if the
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tax rates go up on everybody above 200,000 somehow that solves the problems. that's a minor point. what i stugd uggested to the speaker and the minority leader, take a conference call in the capitol and every morning, speaker, majority leader, the whip and our leadership team sit down at the table and say we don't want to do anything behind closed doors, we want all the cameras and we want to talk about the ideas and principles, where is the senate and where is the president? i do that every single day, so the american people, one, can hear what they're putting on the table and realize that the senate and president are missing in action. >> you did a piece for the daily caller, and saying that they're holding our national security hostage. what did you mean by that? >> as you know, we have cut by
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800 billion dollars over the last couple of years and we've got a half trillion dollars of cuts that are going to come into place in january and that's going to be devastating to our military and that's based on their own secretary of defense and his comments. i had the army chief of staff in my office a week or so ago telling me that they're looking at cutting 80,000 people out of the active duty army beginning now and that's before the massive cuts come through, i think the president's had this plan to cut our military, to dismantle it. i think what we're going to see is harmful effects on the american people when we try to defend this country in the next decade. >> in in a word do we avert the train wreck or get a front row seat and watch it happen? >> well, governor, one. things we hear from our constituents, they say wii want you to get an agreement and work this out, but always give this caveat. we don't want you to throw our principles the under the train and that's what i think you'll
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see the republicans do. we've passed proposal that will stop the huge tax cuts and tax rates from going up. we' we've passed something and i think they will hlet it go over the cliff. we're not going to throw the fundamentals that made this country great out the window. >> i certainly hope so, congressman, always a pleasure to chat with you. [applause] >> thank you, governor. >> she was america's and captured the imagination in london. gabby douglas is going to join us. the a detroit politician said to the president we got your back and it's time for pay back. we've got that coming up next. if we want to improve our schools...
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talk to youdoctor about crestor. [ femalannouncer ] if you can't afford your medication, astrazeneca may be able to help. >> live from america's news headquarters, i'm harris falkner. the latest on the fiscal cliff, president obama and house speaker boehner meeting behind closed doors, close to the media we didn't know what was happening and don't know what was said there because they're keeping it private. they say it's an effort to avoid the deadlock in the negotiations. and the white house pushes for more taxes on higher earners, republicans are holding out
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for deeper cuts. and demonstrators acting in anger to president mohammed morsi's continued push on an islamist backed constitution. and in the streets of cairo demanding that vote scheduled for this coming saturday be canceled and many in the u.s. concerned about religious freedom during this unnecessary. i'm harris falkner and now, back to huckabee. [applause] >> detroit is broke. and detroit is in big trouble. officials there are trying to figure out just how the city can avoid being the largest american town ever to declare bankruptcy. and joanne watson, counsel woman came up with the quote of the week. >> and after the election of jimmy carter, coleman young went to washington, d.c. he came back home with bacon.
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that's what you do. that's what you do. and our people in an overwhelmingly they supported rehe election of this president and there ought to be a quid pro quo and you ought to exercise leadership on that. not just that, but why not? >> yeah, why not? i mean, let's just ahead and quid pro quo, why is that a problem? it's illegal to make a promise if you vote for a candidate that candidate will in turn give you something, doesn't matter an amount of money, aappointment to a job, all the time i was a governor or lt. governor i understood if i told somebody, vote for me and i'll get you on a board.
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and i can't imagine somebody on a television would say, we voted for you, quid pro quo. and that's what's wrong. why don't we vote for somebody not because of bacon, but because of good government. as a result we could have good bacon or good government. syria's leader assad has been losing the gripping in his country, raising the concerns that he might use chemical weapons on his own people. and on monday, the president issued a warning to assad. >> today i want to make it absolutely clear to assad and those under his command, the world is watching. the use of chemical weapons is and would be totally unacceptable. and if you make the tragic mistake of using these weapons, there will be consequences and you will be held accountable. >> well, i can't wait to see what that's going to be.
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given this administration's propensity believing that the u.s. can get it fixed. i'm sure if he does use chemical te him a letter, if that doesn't work, a strongly worded record and if that doesn't work, a really strongly worded letter and all the letters in bold time. the tragedy, that he understood and they'd listen to not like they'd lizzen to other presidents. and syria is having 40 or 50,000 people killed by its own government. problems in tunisia and still in afghanistan and that corrupt government and i guess i'm still waiting to find out what it is that we do that scarce iran and the nuclear program. in the meantime, are we putting muscle on the crazy
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men? no, you know what we've been doing in the last couple of years, demanding that-- maybe i'm missing something, i believe we ought to put a lot more pressure on them releasing sarhanen gas rather than israelis building those in the back yards for their families, just my thoughts. now, nbc sport's bob costas created a controversy while talking about the kansas city chief player jovan belcher killing his girlfriend before taking his life. he says if belcher didn't have a gun he and cassandra would be alive and here he is trying to explain his comments on the o'reilly factor. >> i didn't call for any specific prohibition on guns
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and i voted from a column by jason whitlock and now on the fox supports website, in which he mentioned a gun culture in this country and it plays itself out in many ways, but it's about and toward guns that almost always leads to tragedy. >> not always leads to tragedy, in fact, mr. costas, i think you're a great sports caster, i really do, i thought you did a terrific job for the olympics, for the same reason i don't try to do commentary on sports you might want to do some brushing up on the facts before you comment on what you call the gun culture. here is the fact. over 4,000 times a day, in this country. 4,000 times a day, guns are use today prevent a crime by private citizens. in fact, there is 50 times more of a likelihood that a private citizen with a firearm will stop a crime than will be the victim of a crime. apparently, you also think
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that if maybe belcher hadn't had a gun that cassandra would have been alive, a big 6 foot 8 football player, he could have kill her with a loaf of bread, much less a gun. i don't think it would have made any difference. we didn't talk to the violence of football that led to his head injury, that led to the use of drugs, that led to the use of alcohol and to the violent behavior. if we're really going to stop crime, let's stop it at all levels not somebody who might legitimately want the firearm to protect themselves. if cassandra had a gun she might be alive, not belcher having a gun. well, she beat the world's best to become the world's best winning olympic gold. she was close to not making it at all. and not because she lost, but because she almost quit. gold medallist, gabby douglas,
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>> each weekday here my commentary and huckabee on the radio and at well, she made history to become the first black woman to win an olympic gold medal overall in gymnastics. once she was very close to giving it up. in her new book, "great, gold and glory", welcome one of my favorites, gabby douglas. hi, gabby. >> hello. >> it's so nice to have you here. >> thank you. >> you gave me so much pleasure during the the olympics, darling, i'm telling you. you're amazing. >> thank you. >> now, you know, i've got to
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ask. the story is that you were real close to not going to the olympics and quitting to take a job and do what? >> work at chick-fil-a. >> to work at chick-fil-a. >> i heard you love chick-fil-a. >> i'm pretty sure you want to work at chick-fil-a, i can get you on there. >> it's okay. >> i have a feeling your career is going to take you a lot of places. it's interesting, why do you think about quitting. >> i almost quit because my family came from iowa for christmas and i haven't been home an in while and they were ready to pack up and go to virginia i wanted to be with them. and it drove me almost to the point of wanting to quit gymnastics. >> i don't believe that people
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realize what it takes to win one of these, and we have your gold medals here. [applause] >> these are the real deal. it's not easy to end up on that platform, i can why it would be frustrating. you told in the book one of the ways to keep strong, your faith. >> my faith plays a big role in my life and i don't know where i would be without it. and god has kept me safe and woke me up every single morning and i remember watching the olympics and, my lips are moving and that is me prayer and i pray before every competition and right as the judge's hand goes up, i pray and it's just part of me and i mean, i love it. >> 'cause you didn't pray just to win the olympics, you prayed because that's who you are. >> that's who i am, yeah. >> how does faith keep you grounded. there's a lot of pressure now, i can only imagine what it was like during the olympics, i
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don't understand it. now the pressure, people are knowing you, watching you, asking you all of these questions like me, how does your faith keep you grounded and letting it all get to you. >> faith has definitely kept me grounded and i'm so humble and my mom keeps me grounded and my siblings do, i'm a big giver. i love to give, i want to have that blessing on other people and so many around me from given back to me and i want to give back. >> i want to hear about the favorite moment you've had since the olympic games, what was that? >> the most favorite moment is when i jumped into a child's arm and thank you for everything and next day he told me he cried. for me to hear that, is amazing. >> i think that everybody in america cried watching you, in
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a good way, okay? >> thanks. >> because you were so remarkable, but you went out there with such confidence and poison and we all knew hwrung you why and what we would be doing. so the question i get to ask you, how do you do it? >> how do i -- it takes a lot of training and god has given me a god given talent and the glory goes all up to me. it just takes a lot. it takes determination and dedication, it takes the heart and it takes the-- i want it, you have to want it in order to get and work hard no matter what, you want it. >> and a lot of people want to be on the platform and not everyone wants to do it like did you. and that's the discipline of day after day, after day.
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the troing, is there anything that kept you going and i mean, i can imagine you were tired and just sick of the repetition of it. so, was there a way, yeah, i still want to do this not knowing it would turn out with two gold medals >> at least i tried to, going to iowa and giving to a whole different place, a new atmosphere, i could say at least i tried it my all and my motivation going into the olympic. i never wanted to have regrets saying i wish i would have done that, so, that was my moti-vision and me and my family do a lot of shovelling so my mother wants me to accomplish nigh dream and to go to the olympics and have fun. >> obviously you not only had fun, you gave us something all of us. is there something after the
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olympics? >> i would say going to the white house and meeting the president? >> and was that as big as visiting this show? and just asking you, when the sports writers called you the flying squirrel, was that a term of endearment or-- >> i like squirrels. >> you can be called anything you want to, you're the best there is, you really are. >> i absolutely adore you. i love how you articulate your faith. and the book not only something the audience is going to hear about they're all going to take a copy home with them today? they love you now. all right? gabby, you're delightful, thank you for being here. >> good to talk to you, thank you. >> all right, coming up grammy award winner richard marks is
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(applaus (applause) >> my next guest has sold more than 30 million albums and sang 14 top charting songs and a grammy award for song of the year and for the first time recorded a christmas album called "christmas spirit", but welcome richard marks back to the show. [applause] >> i understand that your grandmother has wanted you to do a song for a long time and she's passed away now. and she is wanted you to do a christmas album. >> and i have an explanation. >> she passed away in 19 r89, in my 20's and she would
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always say to me you've got to make a christmas album. >> i'd say, grandma, that's what old people do. and now the joke is, i'm running around, hey, everybody, i've done a christmas album. >> and you haven't done this before. when your favorite christmas memory, when you think of christmas, it comes to your head. >> i don't have one, they are he' all great and i can'ter a c wasn't awe ssomawesome. and my mom made such a big deal of christmas and i married somebody, our house in chicago you could land a plane lites up so, totally, totally, and the police, say, can you calm it down a bit. >> all the audience is going to have a memory, they'll go
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home with richard marks's cd. (applause). i appreciate it, pan the original idea i would come into your home and sing the songs >> it's available on am sob, itune. >> the trunk of my car. >> for the ones of the audience. and richard marx, do a christmas song for us. >> you've got it. ♪ ♪ oh holy night the stars are brightly shining ♪ ♪ it is the night of our dear savior's birth ♪ ♪ long lay the world in still there reclining ♪
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♪ and, the thrills of hope, the weary world rejoices ♪ ♪ oh, yonder, a new and glorious morn ♪ ♪ fall on your knees ♪ oh, hear the angel's voices ♪ night ♪ oh night divine, oh night when christ was born ♪ ♪ oh, night divine, oh, night,
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oh night divine. ♪ oh, night divine ♪ oh, fall on your knees, oh, hear the angel voices ♪ ♪ oh night, divine ♪ oh, night when christ was born ♪ ♪ oh night, divine
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♪ oh night, oh night divine ♪ oh night divine (applause) >> a great job. so nice to have you back. here is hoping you have a very wonderful christmas. >> thank you, governor. >> and we thank you for joining us, from new york, this is mike huckabee, thanks, good night, and god bless. [applaus [applause]. ♪ you've got to get this christmas feeling.
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i can't get the feeling ♪ ♪ and a santa to boot! [ chuckles ] right, baby. oh, sir. that is a customer. oh...sorry about that. [ male announcer ] break from the holiday stress. fedex office. the distances aren't getting shorter. ♪ the trucks are going farther. the new 2013 ram 1500. ♪ with the best-in-class fuel economy. engineered to move heaven and earth. ♪ guts. glory. ram.
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♪ when we got married. i had three kids. and she became the full time mother of three. it was soccer, and ballet, and cheerleading, and baseball. those years were crazy. so, as we go into this next phase, you know, a big part of it for us is that there isn't anything on the schedule.


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